A total of 303 owners of houses that were destroyed in the Salawa Army Camp explosions were given the Rs. 50,000 allowance, Seethawaka Divisional Secretary H.M.S.K. Bandara said.
A programme to analyze the damages caused to houses and shops is underway.
A subcommittee comprising of three cabinet ministers was appointed by President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday.
Thus, under the leadership of Minister Susil Premajayantha, a special meeting will be held at Seethawaka Divisional Secretariat next Tuesday.
A report of the number of affected people and houses will be handed over to the sub-committee on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Sri Lanka Army has launched the second round of inspections for explosives in the area.
Also 331 houses were handed back to their owners following repairs and work of 81 others is underway.